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Join staff from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) as they share information about consumer protection issues relating to tenants. This webinar will provide a great introduction for those new to these issues and a good update for those who may be more knowledgeable about the Federal Trade Commission’s work.

Please note this webinar is free to all members of the consumer law community. Non-members will need to be verified before they can register. Email [email protected] after you have created an account on NACA’s webpage and you are ready to be verified.

What You Will Learn
• What FTC’s TransUnion/TURSS settlement means for legal aid and consumer attorneys and their clients
• FTC’s Request for Information on Tenant Screening Practices
• How to take advantage of FTC resources.
• How to help clients clean up outdated information or errors on their tenant screening reports


Jarad Brown is an attorney in the Division of Privacy and Identity Protection of the Federal Trade Commission, Bureau of Consumer Protection. He investigates and litigates violations of U.S. laws enforced by the Commission that govern the privacy and security of consumer information. In his decade at the FTC, Jarad has worked on a variety of topics, including investigations into tenant screening companies and data security cases. Jarad was also a trial team member for two DPIP litigations. In addition to investigation and litigation, he has organized and moderated FTC events, and spoken on topics of cybersecurity, online behavioral advertising, privacy by design, and credit reports. Jarad is also part of the team working on the FTC’s Request of Information on tenant screening. He is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley School of Law.

Whitney Moore has been an attorney in the FTC’s Bureau of Consumer Protection, in the Division of Privacy and Identity Protection, since she joined the FTC in 2018. She investigates companies for potential unfair and deceptive business practices as well as potential violations of other consumer protection laws enforced by the FTC. Her recent work has focused on tenant screening issues, including investigating potential violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act and being part of the team working on the FTC’s Request for Information on tenant screening. Whitney is a graduate of Georgetown University Law Center.